Course - Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
The Genome Access Course is an intensive two-day introduction to bioinformatics. Participants are expected to arrive by 6 p.m. on the first day (March 31 andNovember 12) with the course running two full days through late afternoon on the third day (April 2 or November 14).
The course is broken into modules that are each designed to give a broad overview of a given topic, with ample time for examples chosen by the instructors. Each module features a brief lecture describing the theory, methods and tools followed by a set of worked examples that students complete. Students are encouraged to engage instructors during the course with specific tasks or problems that pertain to their own research.
The core of the course is the analysis of sequence information framed in the context of completed genome sequences. Featured resources and examples primarily come from mammalian species, but concepts can be applied to any species. The course also features methods to assist the analysis and prioritization of gene lists from large scale microarray gene expression and proteomics experiments. Summaries of the topics are listed below.
Organization: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2014
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For more information, please visit: http://meetings.cshl.edu/courses/2014/tgac14.shtml
Mon, Mar 31, 2014 - Wed, Apr 02, 2014
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, 1 Bungtown Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY
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